Bored Meetings

Bored Meetings is a free to use tool that helps colleagues connect despite timezone and geography with personalised scheduled meetings.

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Features

Welcome to the Bored Meeting.

So you're a part of a remote team working with people from all over the world, and you're just about realising, '*wow everyone here is really cool, how do I get to know everybody on an unbiased, one-to-one, virtual yet personal level?'*

Well, you’ve come to the right place. Bored Meetings is the right tool if you’re looking for something that can help you build a rapport with the people you work with, and have a conversation with them, outside the occasional Zoom call.

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I'm Sloth, Bored Sloth.

Introductions are in order.

When you first get Bored Meetings for your team, everyone gets added to a Slack channel. You can make unlimited channels for unlimited people. We have enough room for unlimited meetings!

Bored Meeting channels are where everyone can introduce themselves and get comfortable. This is where the party fires up!

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Set it up.

Now that you're all here, Bored Meetings will randomly pair you up with someone, and create a private chat with them. Don’t worry, we’ll help you break the ice with conversation starters and fun games. We’ve even made it easy for you to schedule a meeting on their calendar for when, you know, it starts getting serious.

You might enter the chat as colleagues, but you will surely leave as friends. During your time at Bored Meetings, you'll come across a great deal of hobbies and interests. Some of them mutual, and some right out of left field.

It’s almost as if people have layers you have no idea about until you get to know them better? Interesting.

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Break the ice.

What to do in a Bored Meeting? You can follow our list of recommended icebreakers.You can play some on Slack, or decide to take the game elsewhere:

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Spark interesting conversations with Bored’s set of Icebreakers.
Play Bored’s Trivia, see who gets the higher score.
A virtual book-swap would be fun.
Cinephiles? You could talk about your favorite films, or even make one!
Take a break, have a conversation instead...
Expand your palette. Talk about your favorite cuisines, you foodies.
Found an interesting take on Bored Meetings? We'd love to know what you're up to!

More Features

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1. Free to use
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2. unlimited meetings channel can be created
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3. Unlimited pairings, unlimited number of people can be added in a channel
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4. Play games on slack
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5. Get Stats on how many people met

Play games in Slack

Bored is a suite of Slack games for remote teams. Put team engagement on autopilot.
Get started for free!

Other Bored games

Take a break, roast your colleagues and
find a whole bunch of cool games on bored.
Click the button to know more

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Gabe Perez

Head of Social, Product Hunt

Installed this in our team's Slack channel and it's been a great way to passively play games with the team. We set up a recurring trivia game and it's very "no-pressure" to join. Def recommend trying out if you're looking for a quick & easy way to add some bonding for remote teams.

Sita Thomas

Data Manager, AboveBoard.com

"I work for a small, fully remote start-up, and we love your games, particularly Trivia and Faker. We play every day at the end of the work day. It's a great way to shift from 'workplace' to 'home' and helps us connect and get to know each other better. Thank you for creating this product. We look forward to more games!"

Yuki Kawamura

Head of Business Development and Partnerships, Akatsuki Inc.

Bored is not only fun, but also very helpful in stimulating communication among the team while working in a remote environment.

Jon Mattingly

CEO & Co-founder, Kodable

“We had a bunch of fun. Loved the roast game. This honestly does a better job of replicating an in-office vibe than virtual offices or the many different video chat things that have popped up.”

Siddharth Deswal

Director of Marketing, Fyle

“We love this fresh new trivia format. It's a great way to chill out and banter with the team. This is coming from someone who has played a lot of TV show quizzes.”